Category Archives: Economy

Brexit and the Rule of Law

R (Miller & Anor) v The Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union [2016] EWHC 2768 (Admin) (03 November 2016) Gina Miller says she brought these proceedings to preserve the rule of law. The businesswoman explains that when she … Continue reading

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Analysis: Immigration Act 2016

A hostile environment hitting wrongdoing from every angle has been in the making for a long time. The Immigration Act 2016 builds on the foundations laid by the “flagship” Immigration Act 2014. The public tends to view foreigners as stealing local … Continue reading

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MAC Skewers Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visas

The home secretary’s advisers – the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) – have found that the Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visa route under the Points-Based System (PBS) is being used by “low quality businesses”. MAC, which consists of a publicly appointed chairman … Continue reading

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New Punishments: Immigration Bill 2015

The onslaught continues. The Immigration Act 2014 promised to root out the ills of the system but now fresh legislation has been proposed to cure things even further and the home office recently announced a welter of new (improved) anti-immigrant … Continue reading

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Immigration Act 2014: Bank Accounts

Although the Immigration Bill 2015-16 has arrived, the details of the Immigration Act 2014 are still being digested. Apart from rogue employers and landlords, provisions enacted under the 2014 Act also created a system that deals with immigration offenders in … Continue reading

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War On Students: It’s Not Cricket

Call him what you will (some people call him plain crazy), but on student immigration London’s cricket bat wielding/football kicking mayor Boris Johnson has got things dead right: “Against illegals, yes. Against talent, no. In football as in the economy … Continue reading

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Statistiken, Gastarbeiter und Wirtschaft

A week ago the Office for National Statistics published its Migration Statistics Quarterly Report February 2012. The summary included the following points: Estimated total long-term immigration to the UK in the year to June 2011 was 593,000. This compares to 582,000 in … Continue reading

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